“New Excavations at El-Kurru: Beyond the Napatan Royal Cemetery: Five-sided Corinthian Capitals in the Mortuary Temple at El-Kurru,” Sudan and Nubia, 17, 2013, 54-6.
The article begins:
“One of the more unusual finds in the 2013 season at el-Kurru
were two five-sided Corinthian column capitals in a rock-cut
chamber of the mortuary temple (Reisner’s Ku.1500). There
is no clear precedent for this design, although the forms fit
within the greater corpus of Ptolemaic capitals.”
Here’s an idealized drawing of the capitals in question.
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